Fusion or Resolve?

Anyone using SG with Fusion? I’m looking to pick up a seat or two to add to our VFX toolkit on film work that we do. Wondering how others are handling integrating it into the SG world.

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I personally haven’t had to integrate it with SG, but you should check out Mykhailo Datsyk’s implementation of tk-fusion. I think it is still a bit of a WIP, but could be a good start ?
https://github.com/mikedatsik/tk-fusion

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Thank you for the link, I’ll take a look.

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WOrking to get this installed. Can anyone shed some light on this error? I get it in the console when trying the tank cache_apps command

This command will traverse the entire configuration and ensure that all apps
and engines code is correctly cached in your local installation.

Environment asset
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Environment path: Z:\Motion_Design\sg\config\env\asset.yml

WARNING: Found unsupported parameters set(['branch']) in {'path':
'https://github.com/mikedatsik/tk-fusion.git', 'version': 'v1.0.0', 'type':
'git', 'branch': 'master'}. These will be ignored.
Engine tk-fusion - Downloading...
ERROR: Failed to download into path
Z:\Motion_Design\sg\install\tmp\446ebf0b3bc340139303afffd017a4e3: Could not
download https://github.com/mikedatsik/tk-fusion.git, tag v1.0.0: Error
executing git operation 'git -C
"Z:\Motion_Design\sg\install\tmp\446ebf0b3bc340139303afffd017a4e3" checkout -q
"v1.0.0"': error: pathspec 'v1.0.0' did not match any file(s) known to git.
(Return code 1). Attempting to remove it.

ERROR: Failed to download into path
Z:\Motion_Design\sg\install\tmp\446ebf0b3bc340139303afffd017a4e3: Could not
download https://github.com/mikedatsik/tk-fusion.git, tag v1.0.0: Error
executing git operation 'git -C
"Z:\Motion_Design\sg\install\tmp\446ebf0b3bc340139303afffd017a4e3" checkout -q
"v1.0.0"': error: pathspec 'v1.0.0' did not match any file(s) known to git.
(Return code 1)

Hi guys –

First off, awesome that we have a community integration for Fusion, and thanks @Diego_Garcia_Huerta for pointing us to it! Our community never ceases to impress me.

And @byronnash, I tested this out and got the same error. It looks like @Mykhailo_Datsyk’s Github repo is missing the v1.0.0 tag that his engine’s descriptor is referencing. Tagging him here – hopefully he’ll see this post and fix it up!

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Yes, it’s great that people are making and sharing stuff!

This is my first time trying to install anything custom like this and I must say that as a newcomer, it’s really complicated and tricky. In the future, it would be great to see some more elegant approach to installing custom things without having to carefully add code to a dozen or more scripts. Just a thought! I am new to toolkit and the like and am giving some feedback. :slight_smile:

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